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    Meritocracy, or simply Merit, is an ideology based on the talent and effort on individuals instead of the individual's wealth and placement in the social class. The way of advancing in this system is by performance and achievement.

    How to Draw

    Flag of Meritocracy
    1. Draw a ball.
    2. Fill in with navy blue.
    3. Draw the meritocracy symbol in yellow.
    4. Draw in the eyes.
    5. Optional: Draw in the lorgnette.

    You're done!

    Color Name HEX RGB
    Navy Blue #003785 0, 55, 133
    Yellow #FED700 254, 215, 0


    History

    In Asia PanAsian.png

    Meritocracy was first used in China in the 6th century BCE when it was supported by Confucius. The Qin and Han dynasties used this system for power over their empires, it helped them keep their complex system of Chinese officials.

    In the 13th century, the Mongol Empire was reliant on Meritocracy, where soldiers promote to a higher rank based on their merits. After the collapse of the Mongol Empire,Arist.png Aristocracy, later replaced the current systems in the Yuan Dynasty and Ilkhanate. The other remainder Mongol states Golden Horde and Chagatai Khanate kept this system.

    The Timurids used this system. Meritocracy over time would disappear in the steppes region. The Ming dynasty reused the Meritocracy system in military and administration.

    In the 17th century, meritocracy spread outside of Asia into Europe and the United States. Great Britain implemented Meritocracy in British India as a civil service, making it the first European power to do so. Employees are promoted by their managers based on competitive examination in an attempt to avoid corruption and favoritism.

    Cball-UK.png In the UK

    Around 1847 Thomas Taylor Meadows made his Desultory Notes on the Government and People of China. Near the 19th Century, it had caught on and the "Chinese Mandarin System" was adopted.

    John Stuart Mill also had a meritocratic idea when he wrote in Considerations on Representative Government, that some more educated voters Arist.png should have been given more votes.


    The term Meritocracy was coined by Michael Young in 1958 in the novel The Rise of the Meritocracy.

    Relations

    Friends

    Frenemies

    • Dem.png Democracy - Better than its predecessors, but as a great man once said, "the people are retarded".
    • Welf.png Welfarism - I can appreciate the need to work towards the common good, but how do we know if we're giving welfare to the deserving?
    • XiJinpingThoughtf.png Xi Jinping Thought - Thank you for the Confucius institutes and such, but I suspect that you are just using me for your own gains rather than genuinely believing in Confucianism and meritocracy.

    Enemies

    • Kak.png Kakistocracy - An opponent averse to our ideas of the merited.
    • Cermon.png Ceremonial Monarchism - You're an insult to the institution of monarchy.
    • Soclib.png Social Liberalism - You can’t just solve all your problems by throwing money at them.
    • Comb.png Combatocracy - Wtf no.
    • Caste.png Caste System - People should have their worth decided by merit, not by a "caste" they were born into.
    • Mao.png Maoism - Why do you despise me so badly that you started a cultural revolution to try and destroy me???

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